LONDON—Most of the 376 employees of Flybmi, the UK regional carrier that abruptly suspended operations and filed for bankruptcy protection over the weekend, have been made redundant, and stranded passengers are being offered “rescue fares” by other airlines to help them return home. East Midlands-based British Midland Regional Ltd., which operated as Flybmi, said in a Feb. 16 statement that it was suspending operations immediately due to a combination of recent fuel ...

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